Seven Natural Wonders of North America

The declaration for the Seven Natural Wonders of North America is coming. North America’s 7 wonders will be publicly declared later this year. Please check back for an announcement featuring the date and place for the declaration.

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Arenal Volcano

Arenal is the youngest and most active volcano in Costa Rica erupting every 5 to 10 minutes.

Bay of Fundy

A bay located off the northeastern corner of the continent and possesses the highest tidal range in the world.

Copper Canyon

A canyon system with six different distinct canyons that collectively are larger and in some places deeper than the Grand Canyon.

Crystal Caves

A 55 feet deep blue underground lake with crystal clear water that allows formations at the bottom to be viewed.

Everglades National Park

The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and home to over 740 species of wildlife.

Great Blue Hole

Large underwater sink hole measuring 984 feet across and providing visitors with crystal clear water for amazing underwater exploration.

Mount McKinley

The highest peak in North America with a greater vertical rise than Mount Everest.

Niagara Falls

Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls combining to deliver an average of four million cubic feet of water every minute.

Yellowstone National Park

Water falls, wildlife, geysers, geothermal features and various ecosystems combine to create a spectacular display of nature.

Yosemite National Park

National park with many features that are wonders themselves such as Half Dome, Yosemite Falls and El Capitan.

Seven Natural Wonders is global grassroots endeavor committed to protecting the natural wonders of the world. The mission is to help people discover and explore the natural wonders of the world, to teach them about the wonders and the things that threaten their existence, and to inspire them to create a philosophy and practice of conservation.